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seccitaj

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#3761455 blizzard mistake[?]

Posted seccitaj on 06 September 2012 - 04:23 PM

View PostMelbyz, on 06 September 2012 - 12:19 AM, said:

You see that's where your wrong, he wen't from duelist to r1 cuz the game is easy and dogs like you (whoever you are) stay dogs, I mean really if it wasn't for people like you we'd have nothing to feed on.
I also noticed that it's the players that failed on titles this season (for example Spacetourist who xfered to every bg and still missed out on gladiator) that like the idea of what blizzard is doing at the moment, I find it quite fucking funny. Now know your place you imbecile.

Not to be a bitch, but i have been on 2 different battlegrounds this season, where as you have been atleast on 3 yourself? You do realize i have three different shamans from which 2 are named similarly? Not to mention i reached 2450 rating 3 times on different comps on both BGs (with shit such as WLS for example), just to disband my teams because i actually enjoy playing this game instead of camping and don't rage over virtual titles the way turbonerds like you do. That, is an achievement, which you have failed in reaching while playing a fucking braindead comps such as ele/boomkin/disc.

I had absolutely nothing against you before, but just makes you look like a total dork when you simply speak out of your ass. Makes me wonder who was the imbecile after all.

On-topic: keep going, it's getting funny.


#3760691 blizzard mistake[?]

Posted seccitaj on 05 September 2012 - 09:19 PM

This is like the best thing to ever happen. Gives a glimpse of hope for us who are looking forward to a bit less wintrady and boostish season in MoP.

And ye, oh the irony in people who have been flaming the forums how they don't "care about WoW" for the whole season and now are suddenly going into djturbonerdragemodex when they are not receiving their precious titles due to "boosting their friends" (hahaha yea right) :)


#3683908 WLS vs triple dps

Posted seccitaj on 13 April 2012 - 07:35 AM

I am playing WLS at 2.4k+ MMR, and what we have found to be the best tactic is to Joefernandes to simultaneously proc 3-4 heroic tentacles, and kill them all at the same time. Outside of that, no tactic has worked so far.


#3604788 nerf this dam class

Posted seccitaj on 03 January 2012 - 07:56 AM

View PostBrocatski, on 03 January 2012 - 07:36 AM, said:

Nerfs rogues locks shamans and druids bearform please for the love of god, playing a warrior makes me wanna suicide with the state of all these classes.


Hahah, ye, in the current state of PVEGEARCRAFT we really need healers to get nerfed sure. Good joke you thew there. For the first time warriors face a healing class which you can not simply singlehandedly obliterate in 5seconds unless peeled...

The game is already reminding me of the good ol' WoTLK times.

And yes, i am a shaman, yes, shaman is a preeeetty good healer overall atm, but no way in hell should any healing class be nerfed at the moment. Rather buff other healers where needed (herpderp resto dürid).

OT: Yes, rogues need to be fixed, just like feral survivability and mage burst aswell. (and countless other things as well)


#3602851 Brykon Stream

Posted seccitaj on 30 December 2011 - 11:13 PM

We are not interested. And....no, we really don't want to buy it.


#3424461 Shadowplay vs. RMP and kittycleave

Posted seccitaj on 09 August 2011 - 10:44 AM

I have been doing shadowplay past few seasons and to rank 2 pre-mmrbugging last season (2.9k). Against RMP your are kind of toe-to-toe and it can go both ways. Still if all three of you are all good enough, you should most of the time be able to win this, eventho against decent RMPs its gonna take a while untill you are able to wear them down.

Before Hydra started doing shadowplay last season, we went i think 5-3 against them in Shadowplay vs. RMP series, and most of the time we were able to score a kill on the mage. I think we also once killed Lord Hydra himself. With the way rogues are atm. they can stay offensive on your shaman for quite a while (thanks to the control from mage, if he is left alone) so i would leave him alone, outside of occasional double fears / shadowflame, and instead put out huge pressure on the mage and the priest (priest being able to go offensive against you is a huge deal). Unfortunately i can't give any specific tactics in how to actually score the kill, but just keep pressuring the mage and the priest and eventually you will be able to kill the mage or md->global him.

Kittycleave you shouldn't really lose to if they are stupid enough to go on your shamans. Don't bother trying to peel them outside of howl/psychic scream and shadowflame and maybe a disarm on reckstorm, but instead, just concentrate on doing maximum amount of damage while your warlock controls the healer. You should be able to force them both defensive within 10-15seconds if you know what you are doing. Just start the match by fearing the paladin really agressively in the start (the one who is not getting controlled goes for the initial fear), then just go all out damage on the dps while spam fearing the feral if your warlock doesn't have anything else to do. Your shaman should easily survive untill you have forced them defensive, and after that, if they have any pressure left, few shields and maybe a flash heal or two will keep your shaman alive (at this point the kittycleave has no offensive cooldows left). Meanwhile you keep control on the paladin and global the feral.

Atleast what you explain about your experiences with Kittycleave, it sounds like your shaman isn't doing everything right and might have to do something differently (mainly positioning wise during the opener and stuff).

Hope it helps.


#3419154 Casting Speed Reductions

Posted seccitaj on 06 August 2011 - 10:48 PM

Totally agree. However, i would be fine with them being available to certain classes, but they would have to pay for using it, i.e lose dmg or smth if they decide to go for it. Now however it's basically 100% uptime if they wish to....

And for people who watched the Blizzcon regionals Shadowcleave mirror, i won't even go into how fucking ridiculous DKs are as a whole, with their necrotic strike applying every existing debuff, slow, and whatnot with a single hit...


#3373023 2700 hpal/enh/war clip

Posted seccitaj on 16 July 2011 - 05:05 PM

I remember the days when holy paladins had to even position themselves properly to be succesfull. In that regard, i generally felt your position was quite bad in the middle of the game, but jk, holy paladin heals 20% -> 100% in 2 instants.


#3290872 RLS how-to?

Posted seccitaj on 09 June 2011 - 09:00 AM

We have been doing RLS on our alts for a few days now, and regardless of doing pretty well against most "balanced comps" and wizardcleaves, we are having some rough time with several different cleaves. This is why i was wondering if someone who is more widely experienced with RLS could shed some light on how to beat melee-heavy teams (and mage/warrior/priest that gives us rough time occasionally). I hear alot of people saying it's one of the better setups for warlock / rogue, but yet i somehow feel it's subpar to a lot of setups, so it might be we are missing something vital in our gameplay/strats.

Here are some topics i could use advice on:
- When should our rogue go offensive and when to concentrate mainly on peeling / control (should he be agressive in the start to get pressure rolling, or make room for the warlock to cast by controlling opponents before going agressive himself, etcetc.)
- Eventho we win like 60% of the TSGs (and other meleecleaves) at the moment, i feel we could do better. What to do when TSG goes for me (the shaman)? Who to peel first, who to focus damage on, what CC on who, who to sap, etc.
- General tips regarding the RLS playstyle, as we are quite inexperienced with the setup

Like said, we are doing well against most balanced comps and wizards, so mainly looking for advice in facing meleecleave in general. Thanks in advance for the ones who end up replying something relevant and helpful! :)


#3288721 Shadowplay Questions

Posted seccitaj on 08 June 2011 - 09:12 AM

View PostWarped, on 08 June 2011 - 07:18 AM, said:

Im about to run Shadowplay for the first time this season. I played disc most of the season but now will be playing as shadow. I have questions on what to kill for the following comps. I do know of course to spread dots and anything is a viable target. But for the following what should the Locks nightfall procs/haunts go on as well as my mindflay/mind blast.



RLS= ???

Shatterstorm= ???

Shadowplay (mirror)= ???

Shadowcleave= ???

DK/Feral/Heals= ???



Please no stupid kids saying "lol shadowplay hard game," "just dot everything," anything non-instructive, pointless banter or trolls. People who do this ruin the point of these forums. So as I said please just general strats for the comps listed above would be most helpful.

Thanks to all who reply XD!

I played shadowplay at 2.9k on Rampage-EU earlier this season, and here are some points i made during that journey. Just keep in mind, that in general most of the meleecleaves and/or warlock/shaman/x teams are always gonna be an uphill battle. The fun thing is tho, that almost any setup is winnable if you just play the setup to it's full potential.

RLS:
We found that the warlock and the shaman are the only viable kill targets. UA/Fears rolling on the rogue, banish on the warlock pet, and the one who is not getting locked down by the rogue generall goes for fears on the shaman. Put on some pressure on the warlock by doing this and you have a good chance at scoring superior fearbombs on them when the warlock is forced to port and play defensively closeby to his shaman. Once you are able to get the pressure going, just don't let it fall of and just keep pushing, sometimes even staying offensive when you think it might be a bit risky to chase them etc. Just don't let them constantly get a full resets.

Shadowplay (mirror):
Do not overextend, a lot of banishes on the warlocks pet, just generally good pressure on all of them. When we fought against Hydra's shadowplay i found that the team who's shaman is able to play offensively better in terms of shocks and groundings usually takes the edge, and that was also the deciding factor in who was winning. Keeping this in mind, don't be afraid to blow some early CDs on their shaman to actually get the pressure going (horror, silence, blanket). I think we usually scored a kill on the spriest, and against a good team you are not gonna kill anything else just due to the fact that shaman can easily kite and LoS you effectively and warlock can port if they are in any danger of dying / getting focused. In general, create space for your shaman to play offensive enough, and you will gain the edge.

Shadowcleave + DK/feral/healer:
Both are really hard comps for you, and generally what we always tried to do was kite the mouthwatering damage juggernauts to LoS of the healer while the one from your team who is not getting focused, goes for the CC on their healer when is forced to come out and chase the mindlessly tunnelling meleefucks. Against these comps damage is your best peel, so don't be afraid to go agressive with the little non-fear CC that your setups has so that the one who is getting focused gets some space to actually cast something.

I don't think we really faced too many high priest/warrior/mages, so i won't comment on that.

Hope it helps!


#3149127 Are shamans for real?

Posted seccitaj on 27 March 2011 - 01:58 PM

Shamans are good against casters, ye, and that has been their little niche ever since. However, if you are playing with basically any melee class, and can't oom the opposing resto shaman, then your team is doing something majorly wrong.


#3098309 Earth shield overpowered?

Posted seccitaj on 01 March 2011 - 08:42 AM

View Postdemonfear, on 01 March 2011 - 01:20 AM, said:

it heals while ur cced and ticks for the healing of holy shock.. I wish I could heal every 3-5 seconds with holy shock while cced

FYI: My green geared Holy Paladin crits Holy Shock for 12k or so, all day everyday. Whereas my full Vicious geared Resto Shaman's Earthshield heals me for 6k (if im lucky lol). Not to mention my Riptide, which is my only real instant heal (unleash elements is just fucking pathetic shit as a heal), heals for like 1/3rd of Holy Shock.

I am not saying Paladins are OP, or even "up to bar" at the moment, all i want is for you to get your facts straight before you spread that bullshit around. Cheers.


#3092776 We need to find a way to get damage toned down

Posted seccitaj on 26 February 2011 - 06:14 PM

View PostLeryssa, on 26 February 2011 - 03:38 PM, said:

What? You actually think DKs do burst damage?  :ph34r:

No, they just do unhealable skillstrike spam a'la constant pressure. Combined that with basically ANY of the "better" classes, and it is SICK. :)


#3092767 Shadowplay vs Shaman spriest teams

Posted seccitaj on 26 February 2011 - 06:09 PM

View PostDeeklol, on 26 February 2011 - 05:25 PM, said:

This comp should never lose to shatterplay or any other wizard variant. The matches can be lengthy but you will eventually score a kill.

Pretty much true, tho the fact that this setup is good against wizards, is compensated very well by the fact that it's REALLY hard against some melee juggernauts. That is also one of the reasons it's very rarely played at the "highest" level.


#3092606 Shadowplay vs Shaman spriest teams

Posted seccitaj on 26 February 2011 - 03:58 PM

We currently play the setup at 2800+ mmr and don't really know why, but we do not seem to struggle against these setups. Ye, they usually end up being lengthy games going back and forth, but in the end we usually score a kill on their shadowpriest. Just try and score even a short fear on both shaman and the spriest to gain some pressure and never let the pressure fall off from the get go. Your best defense is pretty much a strong offense.

Im quite sure my spriest will end up in this thread, maybe he can be more indepth in how to beat these teams, as i as a healer have quite a different perspective of the gamefield.

Oh, and like you might've noticed, we play shadowplay with a rshaman (me), so don't know if that is the difference that makes it easier for us.




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